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1 What s next? The career paths for postgraduates vary, depending on the type of degree you obtain and your own interest. And for some professions, a postgraduate qualification gives you the entry ticket. Below are some tips for different career fields you may be interested in CONTACT US Career Planning and Development Centre Address 2/F, Benjamin Franklin Centre The Chinese University of Hong Kong Shatin, Hong Kong Telephone (852) Fax (852) Website http//cpdc.osa.cuhk.edu.hk Office Hour Mon to Thu 845am -100pm & 200pm 530pm Fri 845am -100pm & 200pm 545pm Sat, Sun and Public Holiday Closed Non-academic / Professional career A non-academic career would probably sound interesting for those pur suing a taught postgraduate degree. For professions like solicitor, barrister and medical specialist, a postgraduate qualification would be a prerequisite. After obtaining the qualification, it is the time to move on and become a professional. Education Field Tertiary education To teach in a higher education institute, you will be required to obtain at least a master s degree, and a doctorate will give you an edge in getting a lecturing position. Some institutes may even require related experience in the industry before you can be considered for the role. Non-tertiary education After gaining more advanced knowledge in your specific field of study, you may like to inspire the children and adolescents, and share with them your knowledge. If you have obtained a Postgraduate Diploma in Education, a teaching position is probably what you could look for. Research Field CPDCEvent calendar Career Planning & Development Centre Career Services for Postgraduate Students In these positions, much of your time will be spent on researches, e.g. by collecting samples and data, analysing and digesting loads of statistics, journals, reviews and published dissertations, and possibly some laboratory work. Useful Links Useful websites in your career preparation journey - CPDC Website http//cpdc.osa.cuhk.edu.hk - CU Job Link https//cpdc.osa.cuhk.edu.hk/student/login - JIJIS http//www.jijis.org.hk - Chinese Language Centre http//www.cuhk.edu.hk/clc - English Language Teaching Unit http//www.cuhk.edu.hk/eltu/ - Independent Learning Centre http//www5.cuhk.edu.hk/ilc - Information for Non-local Students https//cpdc.osa.cuhk.edu.hk/student/nonlocal-students - Other useful links https//cpdc.osa.cuhk.edu.hk/student/careerinformation HAVE A LOOK AT THE EVENT CALENDAR! JOIN OUR EVENTS & PREPARE FOR YOUR CAREER! Through a range of career-focused services and programmes, we provide students with comprehensive job market information and insightful advice to help them actualise their career aspirations. Mission To provide quality services to enhance students employability and foster their future career development. 5 6 Vision To be a leading career centre in the region with a team of diverse expertise that is agile and responsive to the needs of the students, the University and the business community.

2 OUR SERVICES.1-2 Organizing Summer Internship Programmes CAREER PLANNING WHAT S NEXT 5 EVENT CALENDAR... 6 Our services With the aim of initiating and developing job opportunities for students, Career Planning and Development Centre (CPDC) provides services for both Postgraduates & Undergraduates. Listed below are some general services of the centre, followed by some tips for Postgraduate students career planning and the event calendar. Career Planning 10 Steps to take in your university life Local and offshore internship opportunities are offered to students of different years and disciplines during the summer. These internship opportunities are available in organizations locally, in major cities in Mainland China, as well as in overseas countries like Australia, Canada, Germany, Ireland, Singapore, South Korea, United Kingdom, USA, etc. Supporting Employers with their Recruitment Exercises Arrange recruitment talks and relevant events hosted by organizations from various sectors to offer students direct communication opportunities with employers and better understanding of the employers expectation, job opportunities and career prospect. Organizing Career Guidance and Enrichment Programmes Graduating Year During your stay with the university, make sure the time you spend and every step you take would contribute to your personal or career development. Below are the 10 steps you could take during your U-life. For students of Taught Programmes, with a comparatively short study period, you are highly encouraged to speed up the adjustment and familiarize with the recruitment cycle. Time is precious. Grasp every opportunity to enhance your employability. Try to identify your interests, strengths and social behavior, as all these constitute your basic life values and probably affect your career interests. If you come to notice that you are weaker in some commonly required attributes, you can draft an action plan to harness these skills in time. II. Join more Extra-curricular Activities Providing Students with Job Information Organize career guidance programmes, including seminars, job expositions, company visits, career mentorship programme and workshops. The programmes are usually hosted by senior executives, seasoned professionals and alumni from various industries. Employers look for students who are good team players and, at the same time, can demonstrate their problem-solving skills. Joining different types of extra-curricular activities will train you up with a diverse set of necessary competencies as well as furnishing your CV. Provide students with full-time, part-time and summer job information through the following websites - CU Job Link https//cpdc.osa.cuhk.edu.hk/student/login Providing Career Counselling Services and Updated Job Market Information - Provide individual or small group consultation to students about career aspiration and development, advice on further studies, etc. III. Take up Part-time Campus Job and Internship* The Joint Institutions Job Information System (JIJIS) http//www.jijis.org.hk Job placement allows you to assess your career interests and personal strengths. Make good observations during your tenure in the organization and learn the operations of various functions to deepen your knowledge of the industry. Other Services 1 X. Interview Preparation A successful interview asks for thorough research on basically four aspects the job, the company, the industry and self-reflection. Make a 360-degree study for the four aspects. Work on your physical appearance as well. Prepare an interview suit that fits your physique and do your hair nicely. VII. Get Professional Qualifications IV. Pay Attention to the Market and Social/Industry Development Check once again the professional qualifications required by your target job functions and take the examinations as early as you can, e.g. CFA, IIQAS, etc. Start reading international and local newspapers, journals and magazines; pay special attention to topics that are related to your academic pursuit as well as those industries that you are interested in. VIII. Expand Your Network V. Improve Language Proficiencies High proficiency in languages, especially good spoken English would definitely make students stand out during interviews. Actively attend the social gatherings and events organized by recruiters and other professional institutions. Talk to the right person who may offer the market information and feedbacks that you need. Non-local students who want to work in Hong Kong should also pick up Cantonese, the common language in most local enterprises. IX. Finalize CV and Other Documents Get ready for the first wave of application deadlines in early October. Study your CV carefully once again to make sure all necessary information are there, e.g. education, work experience, extra-curricular activities, skills and references. Find out how the English Language Teaching Unit (ELTU) and the Chinese Language Centre (CLC) can help. Visit the career e-learning portal Careers E-coach at http//cpdc.osa.cuhk.edu.hk to learn about how to prepare for job application and assessment. In CU Job Link, you will find job opportunities that are exclusive for CUHK students; while JIJIS is the key online job information platform for the students of the 8 local universities. Conduct and report on the Graduate Employment Survey to find out more about the employment status of our graduates. Details are at the website http//www.cuhk.edu.hk/osa/stat_employment.htm Provide a wealth of online resources to keep students abreast of the latest job market information and equip them with essential employment skills. The campus recruitment season starts usually in early September and runs up to April in the following year. Keep track of the recruitment presentation dates and make sure that you meet the application deadlines. Take the last chance to join workshops to boost your preparation regimen, such as mock interview and personal grooming workshops, seminars on assessment centre and CV writing, etc. Throughout Your Study I. Understand Yourself VI. Attend Recruitment Talks and Careers Workshops 2 *Non-local students should comply with the Conditions of Stay and the guidelines on the No Objection Letter (NOL). 3 4

3 OUR SERVICES.1-2 Organizing Summer Internship Programmes CAREER PLANNING WHAT S NEXT 5 EVENT CALENDAR... 6 Our services With the aim of initiating and developing job opportunities for students, Career Planning and Development Centre (CPDC) provides services for both Postgraduates & Undergraduates. Listed below are some general services of the centre, followed by some tips for Postgraduate students career planning and the event calendar. Career Planning 10 Steps to take in your university life Local and offshore internship opportunities are offered to students of different years and disciplines during the summer. These internship opportunities are available in organizations locally, in major cities in Mainland China, as well as in overseas countries like Australia, Canada, Germany, Ireland, Singapore, South Korea, United Kingdom, USA, etc. Supporting Employers with their Recruitment Exercises Arrange recruitment talks and relevant events hosted by organizations from various sectors to offer students direct communication opportunities with employers and better understanding of the employers expectation, job opportunities and career prospect. Organizing Career Guidance and Enrichment Programmes Graduating Year During your stay with the university, make sure the time you spend and every step you take would contribute to your personal or career development. Below are the 10 steps you could take during your U-life. For students of Taught Programmes, with a comparatively short study period, you are highly encouraged to speed up the adjustment and familiarize with the recruitment cycle. Time is precious. Grasp every opportunity to enhance your employability. Try to identify your interests, strengths and social behavior, as all these constitute your basic life values and probably affect your career interests. If you come to notice that you are weaker in some commonly required attributes, you can draft an action plan to harness these skills in time. II. Join more Extra-curricular Activities Providing Students with Job Information Organize career guidance programmes, including seminars, job expositions, company visits, career mentorship programme and workshops. The programmes are usually hosted by senior executives, seasoned professionals and alumni from various industries. Employers look for students who are good team players and, at the same time, can demonstrate their problem-solving skills. Joining different types of extra-curricular activities will train you up with a diverse set of necessary competencies as well as furnishing your CV. Provide students with full-time, part-time and summer job information through the following websites - CU Job Link https//cpdc.osa.cuhk.edu.hk/student/login Providing Career Counselling Services and Updated Job Market Information - Provide individual or small group consultation to students about career aspiration and development, advice on further studies, etc. III. Take up Part-time Campus Job and Internship* The Joint Institutions Job Information System (JIJIS) http//www.jijis.org.hk Job placement allows you to assess your career interests and personal strengths. Make good observations during your tenure in the organization and learn the operations of various functions to deepen your knowledge of the industry. Other Services 1 X. Interview Preparation A successful interview asks for thorough research on basically four aspects the job, the company, the industry and self-reflection. Make a 360-degree study for the four aspects. Work on your physical appearance as well. Prepare an interview suit that fits your physique and do your hair nicely. VII. Get Professional Qualifications IV. Pay Attention to the Market and Social/Industry Development Check once again the professional qualifications required by your target job functions and take the examinations as early as you can, e.g. CFA, IIQAS, etc. Start reading international and local newspapers, journals and magazines; pay special attention to topics that are related to your academic pursuit as well as those industries that you are interested in. VIII. Expand Your Network V. Improve Language Proficiencies High proficiency in languages, especially good spoken English would definitely make students stand out during interviews. Actively attend the social gatherings and events organized by recruiters and other professional institutions. Talk to the right person who may offer the market information and feedbacks that you need. Non-local students who want to work in Hong Kong should also pick up Cantonese, the common language in most local enterprises. IX. Finalize CV and Other Documents Get ready for the first wave of application deadlines in early October. Study your CV carefully once again to make sure all necessary information are there, e.g. education, work experience, extra-curricular activities, skills and references. Find out how the English Language Teaching Unit (ELTU) and the Chinese Language Centre (CLC) can help. Visit the career e-learning portal Careers E-coach at http//cpdc.osa.cuhk.edu.hk to learn about how to prepare for job application and assessment. In CU Job Link, you will find job opportunities that are exclusive for CUHK students; while JIJIS is the key online job information platform for the students of the 8 local universities. Conduct and report on the Graduate Employment Survey to find out more about the employment status of our graduates. Details are at the website http//www.cuhk.edu.hk/osa/stat_employment.htm Provide a wealth of online resources to keep students abreast of the latest job market information and equip them with essential employment skills. The campus recruitment season starts usually in early September and runs up to April in the following year. Keep track of the recruitment presentation dates and make sure that you meet the application deadlines. Take the last chance to join workshops to boost your preparation regimen, such as mock interview and personal grooming workshops, seminars on assessment centre and CV writing, etc. Throughout Your Study I. Understand Yourself VI. Attend Recruitment Talks and Careers Workshops 2 *Non-local students should comply with the Conditions of Stay and the guidelines on the No Objection Letter (NOL). 3 4

4 OUR SERVICES.1-2 Organizing Summer Internship Programmes CAREER PLANNING WHAT S NEXT 5 EVENT CALENDAR... 6 Our services With the aim of initiating and developing job opportunities for students, Career Planning and Development Centre (CPDC) provides services for both Postgraduates & Undergraduates. Listed below are some general services of the centre, followed by some tips for Postgraduate students career planning and the event calendar. Career Planning 10 Steps to take in your university life Local and offshore internship opportunities are offered to students of different years and disciplines during the summer. These internship opportunities are available in organizations locally, in major cities in Mainland China, as well as in overseas countries like Australia, Canada, Germany, Ireland, Singapore, South Korea, United Kingdom, USA, etc. Supporting Employers with their Recruitment Exercises Arrange recruitment talks and relevant events hosted by organizations from various sectors to offer students direct communication opportunities with employers and better understanding of the employers expectation, job opportunities and career prospect. Organizing Career Guidance and Enrichment Programmes Graduating Year During your stay with the university, make sure the time you spend and every step you take would contribute to your personal or career development. Below are the 10 steps you could take during your U-life. For students of Taught Programmes, with a comparatively short study period, you are highly encouraged to speed up the adjustment and familiarize with the recruitment cycle. Time is precious. Grasp every opportunity to enhance your employability. Try to identify your interests, strengths and social behavior, as all these constitute your basic life values and probably affect your career interests. If you come to notice that you are weaker in some commonly required attributes, you can draft an action plan to harness these skills in time. II. Join more Extra-curricular Activities Providing Students with Job Information Organize career guidance programmes, including seminars, job expositions, company visits, career mentorship programme and workshops. The programmes are usually hosted by senior executives, seasoned professionals and alumni from various industries. Employers look for students who are good team players and, at the same time, can demonstrate their problem-solving skills. Joining different types of extra-curricular activities will train you up with a diverse set of necessary competencies as well as furnishing your CV. Provide students with full-time, part-time and summer job information through the following websites - CU Job Link https//cpdc.osa.cuhk.edu.hk/student/login Providing Career Counselling Services and Updated Job Market Information - Provide individual or small group consultation to students about career aspiration and development, advice on further studies, etc. III. Take up Part-time Campus Job and Internship* The Joint Institutions Job Information System (JIJIS) http//www.jijis.org.hk Job placement allows you to assess your career interests and personal strengths. Make good observations during your tenure in the organization and learn the operations of various functions to deepen your knowledge of the industry. Other Services 1 X. Interview Preparation A successful interview asks for thorough research on basically four aspects the job, the company, the industry and self-reflection. Make a 360-degree study for the four aspects. Work on your physical appearance as well. Prepare an interview suit that fits your physique and do your hair nicely. VII. Get Professional Qualifications IV. Pay Attention to the Market and Social/Industry Development Check once again the professional qualifications required by your target job functions and take the examinations as early as you can, e.g. CFA, IIQAS, etc. Start reading international and local newspapers, journals and magazines; pay special attention to topics that are related to your academic pursuit as well as those industries that you are interested in. VIII. Expand Your Network V. Improve Language Proficiencies High proficiency in languages, especially good spoken English would definitely make students stand out during interviews. Actively attend the social gatherings and events organized by recruiters and other professional institutions. Talk to the right person who may offer the market information and feedbacks that you need. Non-local students who want to work in Hong Kong should also pick up Cantonese, the common language in most local enterprises. IX. Finalize CV and Other Documents Get ready for the first wave of application deadlines in early October. Study your CV carefully once again to make sure all necessary information are there, e.g. education, work experience, extra-curricular activities, skills and references. Find out how the English Language Teaching Unit (ELTU) and the Chinese Language Centre (CLC) can help. Visit the career e-learning portal Careers E-coach at http//cpdc.osa.cuhk.edu.hk to learn about how to prepare for job application and assessment. In CU Job Link, you will find job opportunities that are exclusive for CUHK students; while JIJIS is the key online job information platform for the students of the 8 local universities. Conduct and report on the Graduate Employment Survey to find out more about the employment status of our graduates. Details are at the website http//www.cuhk.edu.hk/osa/stat_employment.htm Provide a wealth of online resources to keep students abreast of the latest job market information and equip them with essential employment skills. The campus recruitment season starts usually in early September and runs up to April in the following year. Keep track of the recruitment presentation dates and make sure that you meet the application deadlines. Take the last chance to join workshops to boost your preparation regimen, such as mock interview and personal grooming workshops, seminars on assessment centre and CV writing, etc. Throughout Your Study I. Understand Yourself VI. Attend Recruitment Talks and Careers Workshops 2 *Non-local students should comply with the Conditions of Stay and the guidelines on the No Objection Letter (NOL). 3 4

5 OUR SERVICES.1-2 Organizing Summer Internship Programmes CAREER PLANNING WHAT S NEXT 5 EVENT CALENDAR... 6 Our services With the aim of initiating and developing job opportunities for students, Career Planning and Development Centre (CPDC) provides services for both Postgraduates & Undergraduates. Listed below are some general services of the centre, followed by some tips for Postgraduate students career planning and the event calendar. Career Planning 10 Steps to take in your university life Local and offshore internship opportunities are offered to students of different years and disciplines during the summer. These internship opportunities are available in organizations locally, in major cities in Mainland China, as well as in overseas countries like Australia, Canada, Germany, Ireland, Singapore, South Korea, United Kingdom, USA, etc. Supporting Employers with their Recruitment Exercises Arrange recruitment talks and relevant events hosted by organizations from various sectors to offer students direct communication opportunities with employers and better understanding of the employers expectation, job opportunities and career prospect. Organizing Career Guidance and Enrichment Programmes Graduating Year During your stay with the university, make sure the time you spend and every step you take would contribute to your personal or career development. Below are the 10 steps you could take during your U-life. For students of Taught Programmes, with a comparatively short study period, you are highly encouraged to speed up the adjustment and familiarize with the recruitment cycle. Time is precious. Grasp every opportunity to enhance your employability. Try to identify your interests, strengths and social behavior, as all these constitute your basic life values and probably affect your career interests. If you come to notice that you are weaker in some commonly required attributes, you can draft an action plan to harness these skills in time. II. Join more Extra-curricular Activities Providing Students with Job Information Organize career guidance programmes, including seminars, job expositions, company visits, career mentorship programme and workshops. The programmes are usually hosted by senior executives, seasoned professionals and alumni from various industries. Employers look for students who are good team players and, at the same time, can demonstrate their problem-solving skills. Joining different types of extra-curricular activities will train you up with a diverse set of necessary competencies as well as furnishing your CV. Provide students with full-time, part-time and summer job information through the following websites - CU Job Link https//cpdc.osa.cuhk.edu.hk/student/login Providing Career Counselling Services and Updated Job Market Information - Provide individual or small group consultation to students about career aspiration and development, advice on further studies, etc. III. Take up Part-time Campus Job and Internship* The Joint Institutions Job Information System (JIJIS) http//www.jijis.org.hk Job placement allows you to assess your career interests and personal strengths. Make good observations during your tenure in the organization and learn the operations of various functions to deepen your knowledge of the industry. Other Services 1 X. Interview Preparation A successful interview asks for thorough research on basically four aspects the job, the company, the industry and self-reflection. Make a 360-degree study for the four aspects. Work on your physical appearance as well. Prepare an interview suit that fits your physique and do your hair nicely. VII. Get Professional Qualifications IV. Pay Attention to the Market and Social/Industry Development Check once again the professional qualifications required by your target job functions and take the examinations as early as you can, e.g. CFA, IIQAS, etc. Start reading international and local newspapers, journals and magazines; pay special attention to topics that are related to your academic pursuit as well as those industries that you are interested in. VIII. Expand Your Network V. Improve Language Proficiencies High proficiency in languages, especially good spoken English would definitely make students stand out during interviews. Actively attend the social gatherings and events organized by recruiters and other professional institutions. Talk to the right person who may offer the market information and feedbacks that you need. Non-local students who want to work in Hong Kong should also pick up Cantonese, the common language in most local enterprises. IX. Finalize CV and Other Documents Get ready for the first wave of application deadlines in early October. Study your CV carefully once again to make sure all necessary information are there, e.g. education, work experience, extra-curricular activities, skills and references. Find out how the English Language Teaching Unit (ELTU) and the Chinese Language Centre (CLC) can help. Visit the career e-learning portal Careers E-coach at http//cpdc.osa.cuhk.edu.hk to learn about how to prepare for job application and assessment. In CU Job Link, you will find job opportunities that are exclusive for CUHK students; while JIJIS is the key online job information platform for the students of the 8 local universities. Conduct and report on the Graduate Employment Survey to find out more about the employment status of our graduates. Details are at the website http//www.cuhk.edu.hk/osa/stat_employment.htm Provide a wealth of online resources to keep students abreast of the latest job market information and equip them with essential employment skills. The campus recruitment season starts usually in early September and runs up to April in the following year. Keep track of the recruitment presentation dates and make sure that you meet the application deadlines. Take the last chance to join workshops to boost your preparation regimen, such as mock interview and personal grooming workshops, seminars on assessment centre and CV writing, etc. Throughout Your Study I. Understand Yourself VI. Attend Recruitment Talks and Careers Workshops 2 *Non-local students should comply with the Conditions of Stay and the guidelines on the No Objection Letter (NOL). 3 4

6 What s next? The career paths for postgraduates vary, depending on the type of degree you obtain and your own interest. And for some professions, a postgraduate qualification gives you the entry ticket. Below are some tips for different career fields you may be interested in CONTACT US Career Planning and Development Centre Address 2/F, Benjamin Franklin Centre The Chinese University of Hong Kong Shatin, Hong Kong Telephone (852) Fax (852) Website http//cpdc.osa.cuhk.edu.hk Office Hour Mon to Thu 845am -100pm & 200pm 530pm Fri 845am -100pm & 200pm 545pm Sat, Sun and Public Holiday Closed Non-academic / Professional career A non-academic career would probably sound interesting for those pur suing a taught postgraduate degree. For professions like solicitor, barrister and medical specialist, a postgraduate qualification would be a prerequisite. After obtaining the qualification, it is the time to move on and become a professional. Education Field Tertiary education To teach in a higher education institute, you will be required to obtain at least a master s degree, and a doctorate will give you an edge in getting a lecturing position. Some institutes may even require related experience in the industry before you can be considered for the role. Non-tertiary education After gaining more advanced knowledge in your specific field of study, you may like to inspire the children and adolescents, and share with them your knowledge. If you have obtained a Postgraduate Diploma in Education, a teaching position is probably what you could look for. Research Field CPDCEvent calendar Career Planning & Development Centre Career Services for Postgraduate Students In these positions, much of your time will be spent on researches, e.g. by collecting samples and data, analysing and digesting loads of statistics, journals, reviews and published dissertations, and possibly some laboratory work. Useful Links Useful websites in your career preparation journey - CPDC Website http//cpdc.osa.cuhk.edu.hk - CU Job Link https//cpdc.osa.cuhk.edu.hk/student/login - JIJIS http//www.jijis.org.hk - Chinese Language Centre http//www.cuhk.edu.hk/clc - English Language Teaching Unit http//www.cuhk.edu.hk/eltu/ - Independent Learning Centre http//www5.cuhk.edu.hk/ilc - Information for Non-local Students https//cpdc.osa.cuhk.edu.hk/student/nonlocal-students - Other useful links https//cpdc.osa.cuhk.edu.hk/student/careerinformation HAVE A LOOK AT THE EVENT CALENDAR! JOIN OUR EVENTS & PREPARE FOR YOUR CAREER! Through a range of career-focused services and programmes, we provide students with comprehensive job market information and insightful advice to help them actualise their career aspirations. Mission To provide quality services to enhance students employability and foster their future career development. 5 6 Vision To be a leading career centre in the region with a team of diverse expertise that is agile and responsive to the needs of the students, the University and the business community.

7 What s next? Useful Links In these positions, much of your time will be spent on researches, e.g. by collecting samples and data, analysing and digesting loads of statistics, journals, reviews and published dissertations, and possibly some laboratory work. Research Field The career paths for postgraduates vary, depending on the type of degree you obtain and your own interest. And for some professions, a postgraduate qualification gives you the entry ticket. Below are some tips for different career fields you may be interested in Non-academic / Professional career A non-academic career would probably sound interesting for those pur suing a taught postgraduate degree. For professions like solicitor, barrister and medical specialist, a postgraduate qualification would be a prerequisite. After obtaining the qualification, it is the time to move on and become a professional. Education Field Useful websites in your career preparation journey - CPDC Website http//cpdc.osa.cuhk.edu.hk - CU Job Link https//cpdc.osa.cuhk.edu.hk/student/login - JIJIS http//www.jijis.org.hk - Chinese Language Centre http//www.cuhk.edu.hk/clc - English Language Teaching Unit http//www.cuhk.edu.hk/eltu/ - Independent Learning Centre http//www5.cuhk.edu.hk/ilc - Information for Non-local Students https//cpdc.osa.cuhk.edu.hk/student/nonlocal-students - Other useful links https//cpdc.osa.cuhk.edu.hk/student/careerinformation 5 6 Career Planning & Development Centre Career Services for Postgraduate Students Through a range of career-focused services and programmes, we provide students with comprehensive job market information and insightful advice to help them actualise their career aspirations. Mission To provide quality services to enhance students employability and foster their future career development. Vision To be a leading career centre in the region with a team of diverse expertise that is agile and responsive to the needs of the students, the University and the business community. CONTACT US Career Planning and Development Centre Address 2/F, Benjamin Franklin Centre The Chinese University of Hong Kong Shatin, Hong Kong Telephone (852) Fax (852) Website http//cpdc.osa.cuhk.edu.hk Office Hour Mon to Thu 845am -100pm & 200pm 530pm Fri 845am -100pm & 200pm 545pm Sat, Sun and Public Holiday Closed Tertiary education To teach in a higher education institute, you will be required to obtain at least a master s degree, and a doctorate will give you an edge in getting a lecturing position. Some institutes may even require related experience in the industry before you can be considered for the role. Non-tertiary education After gaining more advanced knowledge in your specific field of study, you may like to inspire the children and adolescents, and share with them your knowledge. If you have obtained a Postgraduate Diploma in Education, a teaching position is probably what you could look for. HAVE A LOOK AT THE EVENT CALENDAR! JOIN OUR EVENTS & PREPARE FOR YOUR CAREER! CPDCEvent calendar

8 What s next? The career paths for postgraduates vary, depending on the type of degree you obtain and your own interest. And for some professions, a postgraduate qualification gives you the entry ticket. Below are some tips for different career fields you may be interested in CONTACT US Career Planning and Development Centre Address 2/F, Benjamin Franklin Centre The Chinese University of Hong Kong Shatin, Hong Kong Telephone (852) Fax (852) Website http//cpdc.osa.cuhk.edu.hk Office Hour Mon to Thu 845am -100pm & 200pm 530pm Fri 845am -100pm & 200pm 545pm Sat, Sun and Public Holiday Closed Non-academic / Professional career A non-academic career would probably sound interesting for those pur suing a taught postgraduate degree. For professions like solicitor, barrister and medical specialist, a postgraduate qualification would be a prerequisite. After obtaining the qualification, it is the time to move on and become a professional. Education Field Tertiary education To teach in a higher education institute, you will be required to obtain at least a master s degree, and a doctorate will give you an edge in getting a lecturing position. Some institutes may even require related experience in the industry before you can be considered for the role. Non-tertiary education After gaining more advanced knowledge in your specific field of study, you may like to inspire the children and adolescents, and share with them your knowledge. If you have obtained a Postgraduate Diploma in Education, a teaching position is probably what you could look for. Research Field CPDCEvent calendar Career Planning & Development Centre Career Services for Postgraduate Students In these positions, much of your time will be spent on researches, e.g. by collecting samples and data, analysing and digesting loads of statistics, journals, reviews and published dissertations, and possibly some laboratory work. Useful Links Useful websites in your career preparation journey - CPDC Website http//cpdc.osa.cuhk.edu.hk - CU Job Link https//cpdc.osa.cuhk.edu.hk/student/login - JIJIS http//www.jijis.org.hk - Chinese Language Centre http//www.cuhk.edu.hk/clc - English Language Teaching Unit http//www.cuhk.edu.hk/eltu/ - Independent Learning Centre http//www5.cuhk.edu.hk/ilc - Information for Non-local Students https//cpdc.osa.cuhk.edu.hk/student/nonlocal-students - Other useful links https//cpdc.osa.cuhk.edu.hk/student/careerinformation HAVE A LOOK AT THE EVENT CALENDAR! JOIN OUR EVENTS & PREPARE FOR YOUR CAREER! Through a range of career-focused services and programmes, we provide students with comprehensive job market information and insightful advice to help them actualise their career aspirations. Mission To provide quality services to enhance students employability and foster their future career development. 5 6 Vision To be a leading career centre in the region with a team of diverse expertise that is agile and responsive to the needs of the students, the University and the business community.

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